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Rodings Primary School

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Uniform

We request that parents support the School's uniform policy, details of which are as follows:

Girls    

White polo shirts for Years R & 1, to make changing for PE easier (T- shirts are not acceptable).

Years 2-6 can wear white polo shirts/cotton shirts or blouses.

Grey traditional A-line or pleated skirts/tailored school trousers or shorts.

White or grey socks, grey or red tights.

Black flat shoes with laces or straps (not fashion heels), sensible sandals with backs but not open toes in summer.

Red school sweatshirt or red jumper or cardigan.

Red and white check or striped dresses for girls in summer (optional).

School PE Top or Plain white T-shirts, black shorts and black plimsolls for indoor P.E. Trainers for outdoor PE (optional as plimsolls can be used for outdoor PE too)

Boys

Tailored Grey Trousers or Shorts

White polo shirts for Years R & 1, to make changing for PE easier (T- shirts are not acceptable).

Years 2-6 can wear white polo shirts or cotton shirts           

Red School Sweatshirt or Red Jumper

Black sturdy shoes

Black or grey socks

School PE Top or Plain white T-shirts, black shorts and black plimsolls for indoor P.E. Trainers for outdoor PE (optional as plimsolls can be used for outdoor PE too)

 

In cold weather children may wear a tracksuit or jogging bottoms for outdoor PE lessons.

 

No jewellery other than watches and stud ear-rings are allowed to be worn (ear-rings must be taken out for P.E.).  Nail polish and/or make-up is not permitted. Hair longer than shoulder length should be tied back. Boots are not allowed.

 

Health and Safety Regulations allow children to wear small studs provided they can remove these earrings themselves for all Physical Education lessons.  Children will not be allowed to participate in PE lessons or sporting clubs if they are wearing any jewellery.  To ensure that children do not miss out on any of the PE Curriculum, we advise that if you are considering piercing your child’s ears, that it is done at the beginning of the summer holidays to allow for healing time.  

Trainers can be brought in for lunchtimes. 

During the winter: No coat, No play.